Many thanks for your answers and your wishes. i'm trying my best to forget all this before my wedding (you were very helpful to me, you are an angle, thank you!! ).
those are probably my last questions before my wedding, please doctor consider me as a son, and i promise you i will not fear HIV again.
i know mentally healthy people never worry about things i'm worring about, maybe because i have never done sex before or maybe because of fear of hurting my wife so i started recently to imagine risks everywhere and test several times. my problem which increase my anxiety is symptoms that's what i want to solve with you sir.
1- could you please explain what are the ARS? when do they start (in my case after dentist started 4 days or 5 days) ? can be localized only in mouth ? i got repetitve mouth ulcers, one mouth thrush behind my tooth, and now red and burning in front of tongue and some burning inside the cheek ( left side) . some of these symptoms started before last blood draw (that's why i did the last one) and some of them staretd after the last one and some of them after dentist visit (burning in front of tongue). may it be somatization? if they are ARS, i don't really from which exposure did i get them.
2- i started yesterday (day+5 after dentist visit) to feel pain when i swollow in the right side (i think is lymph node swollen), can it be sign of ARS? or i must to forget tottaly about symptoms? may the ARS starts after 5 days?
3- may my symptoms be just somatization or may be because i'm searching them in my body/mouth? or maybe stress?
3- you said sir below "there was absolutely no risk of HIV from your recent dental visit" and then you said "There conceivably could be risk ..". may i understand that in my particular situation THERE WAS ABSOLUTLY, TOTALLY, UTTERLY no risk ?? please note that the instrument used was sharpd but not hollow. he didn't inject it in my infected gum. he was just touching it.
4- if i get the typical HIV ARS in the few next days (after my dental visit) i should never think about HIV? that's correct?
5- should i never test again ? forget about testing and never have it again ? in spite of the symptoms ?
6- If you were in my situation sir, i mean you visited a dentist in an underdeveloped country (north africa) and you didn't see him sterilize the instrument. what would you do sir? would you ever think about HIV? would you test?
this will cover all my worries, i don't think i will have more qst after those above. please sir help me and forgive me for my questions. i will focus only on my wedding and cut off internet after your final answers. i want to be happy with my wedding :(
many thanks in advance.